Advanced radio planning & spectrum engineering
The company’s software suite has been in continuous development for over three decades.
Consultancy services support customers in every industry sector.
ATDI engineers have expertise that is trusted and respected across the world.
Regulators, armed forces, companies and emergency services rely on ATDI.
ATDI has the software and the expertise for controlling spectrum, modelling a system or planning a network.
Every radio sector uses ATDI software and consultancy services.
ATDI’s reputation has stood strong for over a quarter of a century.
For 25 years, the radio industry has relied on ATDI’s software and expertise. ATDI has provided radio solutions on every continent.
Customer needs, including budgetary and timing constraints, are always met.
ATDI can work in any environment – technical, physical and political.
ICS manager - spectrum management solution
Spectrum management and monitoring software.
Featuring Web portal > e-Licensing > e-Administration.
Flexible platform to meet current and future needs of civilian and military regulators.
Powerful data engine manages spectrum easily and hierarchially, while continuously monitoring the coherence of data.
Featuring automated process and modules which can be adapted for each field of action or service.
Supplying map data for every country across the globe. Featuring every concievable map resolution.
ICS map server – comprehensive map data toolkit for production and manipulation of data,
Featuring access to online maps,
Supporting Bing maps and export to Google maps plus more…
Scalable eAdministration portal. Managing user accounts and frequency applications for all radio systems.
Smoother user experience.
Simplified data processing.
Customised solutions to meet end user needs in terms of features and cost efficiency.
ICS telecom EV
Advanced radio planning and spectrum engineering.
Planning, modelling and regulating radiocommunications in frequency range 8kHZ to 350 GHz.
Engineering excellence featuring multi-processing and flexible licensing.
Incorporating analysis methods from leading institutions including ITU.
Supporting nearly every concievable radio technology, both existing and new.
ATDI has climbed mountains to get to the top.
Now the company is looking to recruit someone who is not afraid to help it scale even greater peaks. ATDI needs a radiocommunications engineer as it continues to expand its global business.
Based near to Gatwick airport, the positions come with an attractive package but also the challenge of working with ATDI's expert engineers and customers spanning every sector of radiocommunications.
People who are most comfortable at base camp need not apply.
See our Careers page for more details.
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ATDI thrives on people.
The company’s finest tool is its engineering expertise.
Its greatest resource is the knowledge gained from 25 years of working with customers.
Its understanding is its unparalleled insight of the impact of spectrum scarcity on radio users.
ATDI’s business is about people – people as customers, people as employees and people as suppliers.
ATDI’s team is experienced, expert and enthusiastic; the customers it works with benefit from those qualities.
Knowledge and software capabilities have been growing for 25 years giving customers an ever-improving service.
ATDI has offices on every continent giving it global knowledge.
ATDI offices work together in an international network that lets expertise flow freely across borders.
ATDI’s global team can apply worldwide resources to a local problem.
ATDI has reached the top through the abilities of its people and we are committed to recruiting and retaining the best people.
Interested in joining a dedicated and competent team of professionals who understand what it takes to get a job done, with the experience and determination to succeed.
People capable of climbing the mountain and living at the summit are always welcome.
ATDI loves to learn from anybody who can strengthen its software or expertise.
ATDI always wants to hear from people and organisations that can help it grow.
What we do
ATDI has three decades of experience working with network operators, spectrum regulators and integrators. ATDI’s partners value the company’s planning and modelling software, spectrum management expertise and expert consultancy that supports it. ATDI’s software tools and knowledge span all technologies and markets. It is proud of its’ long-standing relationships with partners and key industry players, through the provision of problem-solving solutions.
These unique factors make ATDI a world leader in radio.